How did Umar Khalid hatch the dreadful conspiracy of the Delhi riots, read every statement of the eyewitness..."

New Delhi: A Delhi court on Wednesday (2 February 2022) heard the bail plea of ​​former Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) student leader Umar Khalid. A case has been registered against Khalid under IPC and UAPA in connection with Delhi riots. On behalf of Delhi Police, Special Public Prosecutor Amit Prasad, who appeared in the court today, while opposing the bail plea of ​​anti-Hindu Delhi riots accused Umar Khalid, presented many more important evidences before Additional Sessions Judge Amitabh Rawat.

 

The prosecutor gave his arguments while discussing a meeting held in Chandbagh on 15 and 16 January 2020. He said that a witness has told that, 'Stands, stones, red chillies and acid were collected for the protest'. What was the purpose of collecting these things for the protest which accused like Umar Khalid was describing as peaceful. He further said that the witness had also told that the conspirators had collected the women and men and provided them with sticks, stones etc.

 

Amit Prasad questioned, "How can the protest, finally, with sticks, sticks and red chillies, be peaceful? To confirm the claim that Umar Khalid had hatched a major conspiracy of communal riots, SSP Amit Prasad read out the statement of an eyewitness who had confirmed that Umar Khalid had said during a meeting that, '#39;The government is against Muslims, speech will not work, we will have to shed blood. ' To prove Umar Khalid's role and conspiracy in the Delhi riots, Amit Prasad also produced several WhatsApp chats, witness statements and CCTV footage in the Karkardooma court. It is clearly seen that Umar Khalid had hatched a well-planned conspiracy to incite riots on the pretext of peaceful protests.

 

Prasad further told the court that several WhatsApp groups, including the Jamia Coordination Committee (JCC) and the Delhi Protest Support Group (DPSG), were created to contact each other regarding the protesting places. He said the Jamia Awareness Campaign team was also done to learn about the protesting places and make people part of their conspiracy. Prasad also shared as evidence in the court a screenshot of the message of the Delhi Protest Support Group (DPSG) that reads, "There is complete preparation for the fire." ' This message was sent on 16th and 17th February 2020 by a man named Owais Sultan Khan.

According to reports, the Crime Branch of the Delhi Police had filed a chargesheet against former JNU student Umar Khalid in connection with the anti-Hindu riots that broke out in north-east Delhi in early 2020. In the 100-page chargesheet, Umar Khalid was charged under charges of rioting on the streets of Delhi, conspiracy to riot, making anti-national speeches and other criminal sections. Umar Khalid, an accused in the radical Muslim and anti-Hindu Delhi riots, has reportedly admitted before the police that he was involved in organising, instigating Muslim groups and plotting large-scale violence.

 

Last year, Umar Khalid himself had admitted to his allegations that he had played a key role in organising Muslim organisations. Khalid had also made several revelations about the anti-Hindu riots in Delhi plotting violence by instigating Muslims against the new law and using women and children to stage a chakka jam across Delhi. The violence killed 53 people and injured more than 700. Now, it is to be noted that Umar Khalid had already provided weapons to the protesters as a preparation to incite riots, while the other side, which, on the other side, did not even know of anything happening, which was unaware of the fact that some people were just sitting and protesting. What would have happened to that other side in the riots?

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